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Girl copycats carry text on salwar!

GIRLS ARE equal to boys even when it comes to copying during KGMU exams. While boys did it by placing cellphones in underpants, girls come to the examination hall with the text written on their salwars.

india Updated: Mar 23, 2006 00:06 IST

GIRLS ARE equal to boys even when it comes to copying during KGMU exams. While boys did it by placing cellphones in underpants, girls come to the examination hall with the text written on their salwars.

Three such cases of exquisite cheating attempts have come up till now as the examinations of various professional courses are going on since February month.
“It’s hard to check girls but the near transparent kurtas were just to help them read what was written on the salwars in the thigh region. When checked by female invigilators much was found written,” said a Proctorial Board member.

Leave apart the hand- written pieces, students now are taking help of modern photocopying machines. Invigilators have found micro version of books done with help of photocopy machines. The print was so clear that even after being reduced by 90 per cent of the original book side the lines were clear enough to read on.

“Pocket in leg portion of the jeans, nicely placed chit in underpants, cell phones with their speakers hidden in shirt sleeves and now girls with entire curriculum written on their clothes. There is a lot more to be seen this session, it seems,” says a faculty member.

First Published: Mar 23, 2006 00:06 IST